| Source: The Harvard Crimson
Responding to student feedback, Harvard University Dining Services will now serve a heartier breakfast on Saturday mornings before brunch, according to an email announcement sent out on Thursday.
| Source: WCPO
The National School Nutrition Association blames new federal nutrition standards requiring students to take more fresh fruits and vegetables as well as increasing the amount of whole grains.
| Source: The Salem Observer
Faced with the latest federal restrictions on school-served meals and snacks, members of the Windham school board agreed this week to explore all options.
| Source: OzarksFirst.com
Students at Jeffries Elementary School got a taste of some locally grown foods on Tuesday. In addition to the school lunch menu, kids got to try a mix of fruits and vegetables, all of which were...
| Source: AL.com
Auburn University students and faculty probably didn't notice the changes in their dining rooms this summer, but school officials said today the campus is now "Styrofoam free."...
| Source: Air Force Times
About seven in 10 young adults are ineligible for military service, according to a new report from a group that is pushing school nutrition standards as a way to improve that situation.
| Source: The Diamondback
Dining Services and the University Health Center are collaborating with other campus departments and student volunteers to open a food pantry in late October in Cole Field House that will distribute...
| Source: BuzzFeed
Fried fish, dried seaweed, tomatoes, miso soup with potatoes, rice in a metal container, served with milk.
| Source: The Auburn Plainsman
Tiger Dining has introduced a new food truck, Ceci, which excited students across the cultural spectrum when it opened Monday.
| Source: The Quad-City Times
By 7 a.m., the small crew at the bakery in the Davenport Community School District’s Davenport Learning Center already has been hard at work.
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